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Old 15th May 2007, 02:05 PM   #1
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Unhappy Kenwood CD changer

Hi, I have an old KDC-C300 CD changer that used to go in my boot years ago. The car was broken into and the head unit stolen. I never got round to replacing the Kenwood head unit and changed to a Sony MD one instead.

The C300 cable end is square but I had a round end conversion fitted from a Car Hi-Fi shop years ago (I think thatís the right way round) but I donít believe there is a way of getting non-Kenwood head units (like my Sony) to work the C300.

My question is can I buy an aftermarket controller to work my C300 with the output pumped to my Sony head unit or do I need to buy an old style Kenwood head unit?

I suppose the other potion is to eBay it and buy a compatible Sony unit, but thatís bound to leave me out of pocket!



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